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An interesting find was discovered in the cathedral
The cache also contained a note dated 1830, with the text: “Whoever found this key, know: it is from a secret room where about 500 kg of gold are buried.”
An interesting find was discovered during restoration work at the Lutheran Cathedral in Trondheim, Norway. This was reported on a Facebook page dedicated to the restoration of Nidaros Cathedral.
Between the wooden wall panels in the carpenter’s hiding place he found an ancient key and a note dated 1830, with the text: “Whoever found this key, know: it is from a secret room under the floor, to the right of the fireplace, where about 500 kg of gold are buried.” .
According to the restorers, the quality and condition of the paper and ink correspond to the date indicated in the note.
The secret room in question has not yet been discovered.
In comments to the post on Facebook, users wrote that even without gold, the secret room would be a great discovery, and offered their help in the search.
Note that the Nidaro Cathedral was founded in 1070 on the burial place of St. Olaf (King Olaf II) and for centuries served as the place of coronation of Norwegian kings. It is also the end point of one of the main pilgrimage medieval routes – St. Olafsleden. There were several fires in the cathedral, after which it was rebuilt.
The carpenter found an old key and a note. Photo: facebook.com/Bygghytta/?ref=page_internal
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